Hans Peter Wilfer established Warwick Bass in Pretzfeld, Upper Franconia, in 1982. He has experience in the field because his father, Fred Wilfer, was the founder of Framus. The Buzzard bass, which Warwick and John Entwistle of The Who built in 1985, is one of his first creations.
Warwick moved from Franconia to Markneukirchen in Saxony ten years later. Hans Peter Wilfer has been responsible for ensuring the survival of the Framus brand since 1995. Adam Clayton from U2, T.M.
Stevens, Bootsy Collins, Sam Rivers from Limp Bizkit, Larry Graham, and Jack Bruce from Cream are among of the most well-known performers who use Warwick instruments.
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For ambitious novices, the Rockbass line offers Chinese-made instruments. The Corvette, Streamer, and Thumb series basses from Germany come after the reasonably priced Pro and Artist series. The Signature models blend flawless playability with superlative low-end sound to demonstrate what craftsmanship is capable of.
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Warwick also creates some intriguing tops with an integrated compressor and graphic EQs tuned for the bass range, in addition to the reasonably priced combinations of the WBC series. Even the greatest sonic standards are met by the Jonas Hellborg series’ heads and cabinets.